i will advise you to use haroonafzaalplayer......bacause when you will play any movie on it....it will search subtitiles ofr tht movie itself and will itself play those subtitles ....you need not to download them....here is the link to download it
i have VLC media player.. i choose movie, after i press use the subtitles... and try to choose subtitles, but there is nothing, i have downloaded several subtitles from different web pages.... but vcl player can’t find it... the end of thes titles is .ZIP .... i don’t know what to do... help me
I have the movie, and the .zip. in stead of .sub They have the same name, and are in the same folder.but when i try to find subtitles it is disappeared. i have changed .zip to .sub but it doesn’t work Thanks in advance
CONCERNING FRAME RATE!!
Make sure that the frames per second number (FPS) for the movie matches the FPS for the subs. Download sites will usually give the FPS for the movie. For the subs, it’s often in the title of the sub file. Some subtitle sites also provide it in the 'details' section for the individual subtitle file (subscene for example). Equal FPS is the only criteria for subs and films which will work together. If the FPS is not the same, the film will not sync with the subs. (Some players force you to use a subtitle name which matches that of the film, in which case you must rename the sub file, but this has nothing to do with the FPS issue.)
A lot of the instructions for using subs state that the title of the sub file and of the movie must match. People give this instruction thinking that this is a way to deal with the FPS problem. This is a MISTAKE because it eliminates using sub files with titles not matching that of the video file. True, if the two titles match, you are guaranteed equal FPS. But you can use a file which does not match the movie on name, as long as the FPS is the same. (23.976 and 25.0 are the only frame rates I know of.)
A related trick. If you have a video without the FPS info and/or a sub file without the FPS info, you can find out if there is a match on FPS as follows. Get the run time for the video. Open the srt file and look at the time for the last subtitle. If these are close, you have probably got a matching pair. To be exactly sure, do the following. Find the time for the last subtitle. Go to that time on the video. If the content of the audio at that point on the film matches the content of the last subtitle, you are guaranteed that the subs will work for the video.
In some cases, even if the FPS is the same, the subs must be either delayed or moved forward to get them to sync with the video. At least some of the players enable this, e.g., smplayer. This of course complicates the two techniques given in the preceding paragraph.